Topic : multimodal transportation

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U.S. DOT releases multimodal guidance for on-road automated vehicles

Technology| October 4, 2018

AV 3.0 incorporates the results of extensive stakeholder engagement to provide updated voluntary guidance and policy considerations for a range of industry sectors.

Lyft offering people $550 to give up vehicle for a month

Management & Operations| July 31, 2018

The program, which is being rolled out in Chicago, offers 100 people credits to use Lyft, bike-share, Zipcar, and public transit.

Technology| July 31, 2018

Revel bringing electric mopeds to Brooklyn

Users can rent mopeds for short periods via Revel’s app, with the first 20 minutes costing $4, and the price going up incrementally after that.

Management & Operations| July 30, 2018

Sound Transit expands priority parking permit program for solo drivers

The program offers weekday commuters driving alone to selected stations the option of purchasing a permit to park in areas reserved exclusively for permit holders.

Technology| April 25, 2018

New Flyer signs onto Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities pact

The commitment makes New Flyer the first bus manufacturer in the world to sign on.

Management & Operations| April 12, 2018

City Council approves automated people mover for LAX

The project will break ground this year, with service expected to begin in March 2023.

Technology| February 8, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: The rollout of contactless ticketing in Europe

One of the basics in any transport system is ticketing. Efficiently collecting payment remains at the core of the role of most operators.

Rail| November 28, 2017

Helsinki Metro opens rail expansion featuring landmark stations

The extension comprises eight stations, each distinguished by original design by Finnish architects.

Management & Operations| October 10, 2017

Integration, Innovation Keys to Mobility Management

“Be innovative and adapt” was the theme of Monday’s “Integrated and Innovative Mobility Management” session, as President/Executive Director of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Gary Thomas led a three-person panel on the future of public transit.

Management & Operations| October 9, 2017

Managing Change in a Multimodal World Key Topic to Kickoff APTA EXPO

Incoming APTA CEO Nat Ford outlined five priorities and new committees to address the drastic changes happening in public transit.

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